Initially, there was a line, but someone came in and said we could use another precinct's machines so they moved some of us over. The Diebold machine worked quite well and created a paper record inside the machine which I reviewed through a plexiglas panel. There are no curtains where I vote, so physically tampering with the machine would have resulted in immediate attention. While crowded, the voting area was well staffed and there were plenty of eyes on everyone. While I'm sure there will be reports of problems, I can honestly say that everything ran smoothly at my voting site.
I plan on voting in person on Tuesday. I'll be happy to give you a play by play of how it goes. I suspect that it will be smoother than feared, but we'll see.